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You might have a recent mouse with "Smooth scrolling" feature (or similar)… it is implemented sending much more wheel events and then scrolling less for each one on the application side, and in Chrome a plugin is installed for that effect. I know I de-activated mine because the applications response to the "new" events was not consistent and in the end I prefer to have the old "blocky" scroll which works everywhere than having "smooth" scrolling but only in a subset of applications.